Express your selfie!

21 June marks officially selfies day! And what better way to celebrate than to look back at the most weird and wacky selfies taken over the years? Let us know which one is your favourite and don’t forget to send us your own snaps over on Twitter. The celebrity selfie Who can forget the Oscar […]

Yoga: Here are five reasons to start stretching

Happy Yoga day everybody! What did we do before the world when nuts over the green, mean and lean lifestyle that dominates our Instagram feeds? But yoga is not just the latest fad for vegans and lovers of pink lycra (though they’re welcome to the party too) it’s in fact a spiritual, mental and physical […]

Star Trek actor, Anton Yelchin, dies at just 27

Today Star Trek fans were devastated to hear the news that Anton Yeltsin, 27, was killed by his own car at his home in Los Angeles. Anton was best known for playing Chekov in the Star Trek re-boot and had recently wrapped on the filming of the latest instalment of the series, Star Trek Beyond. We're […]

10 times Andy Murray was our favourite person ever

Our favourite Scottish sportsman, Andy Murray, has broken the world record and become the first man to win the Queen’s Club tennis tournament five times. Yesterday Murray, 29, took home the Queen’s trophy after beating 6ft 6in Canadian power-server Milos Raonic  6-7 (5), 6-4, 6-3. Let’s hope the world number 2’s winning streak continues on into […]

Why it’s so important that stars like Zayn speak out about anxiety

When former One Direction member and current chart-topper Zayn Malik pulled of his performance at the Capital FM Summertime Ball in London on Saturday we could practically hear the wails of Directioners all the way up in Scotland. Of course for the fans with tickets, keen to see the Pillowtalk star, it was gutting news […]

2016 Olympics to include refugee team

Nothing brings people together quite like the Olympics. So it’s only right that world’s biggest sporting event just got a whole lot more inclusive. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) have announced that, for the first time ever, a team of refugee athletes will competing at the Olympic games in Rio this year. The mixed-gender team […]

REVIEW: Rihanna – ANTI

The problem with ANTI is that it it is actually a really great pop album, it’s just a bad Rihanna album. In a career that has spanned 13 years, 8 albums, 35 worldwide No 1’s and hits such as Diamonds, Rude Boy and Only Girl, ANTI comes as the ultimate anticlimax. There’s no standout track […]

REVIEW: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

It takes a lot to get me off my sofa these days. Thanks to Netflix and shows like Jessica Jones and Game of Thrones, we don’t have to leave our cosy living room to enjoy a rip roaring cinematic experience. But for those clutching well-thumbed copies of Suzanne Collins’ celebrated trilogy, impatiently waiting for the […]

Album Review: Ellie Goulding, Delirium

After her first album Ellie Goulding told a magazine: “Feminists would be turning in their graves if they listened to my songs. So many of my lyrics are about falling at a guy’s feet.” How times have changed. These days Ellie is far from the angelic folk warbler who won the Critics’ Choice Award at […]